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Miller Starr Regalia has had a well-established reputation as a leading real estate law firm for more than fifty years. For nearly all that time, the…
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Miller Starr Regalia | USA | 30 Nov 2022

New California Law Addresses Delays by Public Agencies in the Post-Entitlement Permitting Process

On January 1, 2023 Assembly Bill 2234, an important new post-entitlement accountability and Streamlining law that amends the Housing Accountability…
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Miller Starr Regalia | USA | 23 Nov 2022

Attorney General’s Guidance On “Best Practices” For CEQA Analysis Of And Mitigation For Wildfire-Related Impacts Is Long On Litigation And Policy Advocacy, Short On Neutral Legal Analysis

Wildfires are an unfortunate reality of life in California and have become of increasing concern over the past several years. Eight of the ten…
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Miller Starr Regalia | USA | 31 Oct 2022

“Builder’s Remedy” Provides Key Housing Production Opportunities in California

California is in the midst of the 6th Regional Housing Needs Allocation cycle known as RHNA, a state-mandated process that requires all cities and…
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Miller Starr Regalia | USA | 31 Oct 2022

Second District Holds Brown Act Requires Lead Agency To List CEQA Exemption As Item of Business On Agenda For Public Meeting When Project Already Found Exempt By Staff Is Considered For Approval

In a published opinion filed October 26, 2022, the Second District Court of Appeal (Div. 6) appears to have significantly expanded the reach of both…
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Miller Starr Regalia | USA | 26 Aug 2022

CEQA vs. Housing: A Very Wrong Picture

A 10-page article by Holland & Knight’s Jennifer Hernandez, published this month by the Center for Jobs & the Economy/California Business Roundtable…
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Miller Starr Regalia | USA | 25 Aug 2022

Supreme Court Corrects Butte County Opinion’s CEQA Misstatement In Response To Counsel’s Letter

At its weekly conference held on August 24, 2022, the California Supreme Court acted to modify its recent majority opinion in County of Butte v…
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Miller Starr Regalia | USA | 19 Aug 2022

Leading CEQA Counsel File Letter Requesting California Supreme Court To Correct Basic Error In Recent Majority Opinion

An August 12, 2022 letter to the Supreme Court - signed onto by more than a dozen leading CEQA attorneys not representing parties to the action or…
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Miller Starr Regalia | USA | 7 Aug 2022

California Supreme Court Holds In 5-2 Decision, Over Chief Justice’s Strong Dissent, That Federal Power Act Does Not Fully Preempt CEQA’s Application to FERC’s Licensing Process for State-Owned and Operated Hydroelectric Projects

In a 5-2 opinion filed August 1, 2022, a divided California Supreme Court held the Federal Power Act (“FPA”; 16 U.S.C. § 791a et seq.) does not…
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Miller Starr Regalia | USA | 2 Aug 2022

First District Holds LA’s Water Allocations To Agricultural Lessees Were Authorized Under Existing Leases And Did Not Constitute Or Implement A Separate “Project” Subject to CEQA Review

The First District Court of Appeal filed on June 30, and later ordered published on July 26, 2022, its opinion in County of Mono v. City of Los…
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Miller Starr Regalia | USA | 25 Jul 2022

California Supreme Court Denies Depublication Requests In Livermore CEQA Case Addressing “No Project” Alternative

On July 13, 2022, the California Supreme Court denied numerous depublication requests with respect to, and declined to review on its own motion, the…
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